Evaluation: administrators

Evaluation: Chess Administrators Training

Question 1

Preparedness and are crucial elements when preparing for a chess tournament or chess project.

Question 2

is when administrators are happy with how things are (contend with the status quo).

Question 3

Which of the following is an example of an organisation?

Question 4

Which word describes logistics best?

Question 5

Discipline is a regimen that trains administrators to develop new skills.

Question 6

A [Schools] Chess Organisation administers its organisation policies, programs and projects.

Question 7

The Chess Intelligence Process is a process of and analysing chess information in the chess community.

Question 8

The secretary handles all the administrative correspondence.

Question 9

Effective and efficient leadership instills faith and confidence in the chess chess community.

Question 10

The event and project coordinator prepares tournaments and projects.

Question 11

Not all the administrators on a committee have to be trained.

Question 12

The core functions of an administrator are to serve, supervise and assist the and to manage, control and lead the .

Question 13

Communication is a 1-way process whereby parents ask the necessary info from the administrators.

Question 14

Administration is the managing of duties and responsibilities.

Question 15

The treasurer keeps a proper bookkeeping system.

Question 16

The PRO is a strategic communicator and anticipate, analyse and interprets issues and attitudes.

Question 17

Internal Control Systems, properly implemented, can ensure better accountability from all administrators.

Question 18

Lessons learned from the past help you to better prepare.

Question 19

A doctrine is what the administrators stand for.

Question 20

development is about developing of administrator skills, whereas development is about management of resources and development.

Question 21

The arbiters and coaches coordinator assists schools with coaches.

Question 22

The chairperson is only in an advisory capacity.

Question 23

When a committee prepares for a tournament, but the chairperson is unavailable for 30 days the committee cannot proceed with the preparations.

Question 24

A large untrained resource structure can better prepare for a tournament than a small trained resource structure.

As a 'logistika' select one root factor and describe very briefly how you would apply it to prepare and be ready for your next chess tournament or a chess project or to start a chess club at your school.

The root factors 'Administrator Training', 'Resources' and 'Logistics' are required to prepare for a tournament or project. To start a chess club at your school you need to know the basics of chess teaching and how to organise and manage the club ('Educator & Administrator Training). You need 'Communication' to inform your schools chess community. The root factor 'Leadership' is required to lead your chess club or chess committee to accomplish its mission, goals and objectives. Effective and efficient leaders plan, organise, lead, control and communicate!


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